7 mouthwatering food station ideas for your wedding
The buffet’s bougie cousin is a creative and cost-effective way to cater your big day – here are some ideas for yours…
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This diminutive dessert has proved itself a crowd-pleasing party food in recent years.
Filled, frosted, boxed, or on walls: it doesn’t look like this wedding station will be going stale anytime soon, as this spread from Tantrum Doughnuts proves.
KEEP ‘EM SWEET
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, choosing your after-dinner sweet treat is an agonising affair. So why not get ‘em all? This spread from Turnip The Beet offered a wide range of puddings selected by the bride and groom themselves.
BABY, IT’S COLD OUTSIDE
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Planning a winter wedding?
With its s’mores bar, mulled wine and luxurious hot chocolate, Bespoke Catering’s heart-and-belly warming station will be sure to keep guests toasty.
GRAZE THE BAR
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Three metres long, bursting with colour and boasting a sea of artisan cheeses, cured meats, cakes, and dried nuts and fruit, ByPlatter’s trademark grazing table is proof that you don’t need to rinse your wallet for a show-stopping dinner.
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Dancing, crying, mingling and eating – weddings sure are hard work.
A coffee bar might be the perfect way to keep the buzz going, and Something Brewed are on hand to provide that celebratory caffeine fix.
ON TAPA THE WORLD
A real crowd-pleaser, this tapas-inspired set up from Pantry Events will keep guests fed, satisfied, and on their feet!
Does a tantalising taste of the Mediterranean go mano-a-mano with a self-serve cocktail station?
Have your dreams of chic alfresco dining been scuppered by a dreary forecast?
Don’t fret – Platters and Puddins brought the outside in with this summer picnic themed spread comprising scotch eggs, sausage rolls, bruschetta, strawberry tarts, and Pimms.